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Performance Management Process

cycle_2011Effective performance evaluation involves communication between the employee and the supervisor of expectations, goals, and the standards for measuring performance. The employee needs to know the supervisor’s expectations and how the outcomes will be measured. The supervisor needs to assure that the employee is aware of his/her expectations and has a complete understanding of the job duties for the position. The Performance Management Process (PMP) provides a structure for employees and supervisors to communicate regarding performance issues and plan for professional development.

The Performance Management Process is an ongoing one. Supervisors should initially meet with new employees within the first week after the start date to begin the process. Ongoing feedback should be provided to review progress and reassess needs and goals.

PMP Forms & Information

Below you’ll find all the forms you need to guide you through the PMP process. Questions? Contact Elmer Falconer at 410-455-3645.

PMP Forms are due May 5, 2017

 

 PMP Form for Nonexempt and Exempt Employees

Interactive MS Word Form

Optional Short PMP Form for Nonexempt  and Exempt Employees

Note: Please see Article 17, Section 1A of the MOU between AFSCME and UMBC
when using the optional short form for those employees in the nonexempt
bargaining unit.

Interactive MS Word Form

PMP Guide to Defining Performance Ratings

PDF Document

PMP Rating Worksheet (Optional)

Interactive PDF Form
Excel spreadsheet with built-in formulas

Planning for Performance Management Success: A Guide for Supervisors

PDF Document

Understanding Performance Management: A Guide for Non-Supervisory Staff

PDF Document

Help With Forms

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